kgb-add-project (1) - Linux Manuals
kgb-add-project: helper script for adding new projects to kgb-bot configuration file
kgb-add-project - helper script for adding new projects to kgb-bot configuration file
SYNOPSISkgb-add-project [--file configfile] [--dir configdir] [--net|--networks ircnetwork] [--save|--write] project-id ircchannel password
DESCRIPTIONkgb-add-project allows one to add new projects to kgb-bot's configuration file from the command line. It writes the new config to stdout unless --save|--write is given.
- --file configfile
- Optional. Defaults to /etc/kgb-bot/kgb.conf.
- --dir configdir
- Optional. Defaults to /etc/kgb-bot/kgb.conf.d/. Used for writing config snippets for projects with --save|--write.
- --net|network ircnetwork
- Optional. Defaults to oftc. Needs to be in the networks section of the configuration file.
- Optional. Write new config back to file instead of stdout.
- project-id to be added.
- IRC channel where the new project sends its messages. If the channel doesn't start with a character denoting IRC channel ("#&+"), then a hash sign is prepended.
- Password for the new project.
EXAMPLEkgb-add-project my-project \#projectchannel RudFiarced0
- kgb-add-project sorts the top-level sections of the configuration file in a fixed order and re-orders the subsections alphabetically.
- The output of kgb-add-project does not contain the comments that were present in the source configuration file.
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSECopyright (C) 2012 Damyan Ivanov
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